Today, I am excited to introduce Hisaab (Daily Expense Tracker) Android app which supports speech recognition for quick input and works OFFLINE also. It will help you to note your incomes/expenses and calculate the total amount quickly. You can classify income and expenses by categories and payment methods. Also, you can search and view different reports.
Recently, I launched two android apps WallByDay (Wallpaper By Day) and PlayByDay (Play Music By day). Being .NET guy, to work on Android apps has given me different experience. If you are using Visual Studio, Dreamweaver or Eclipse for your development and decided to start android app development using Android Studio, you would like to do following customization with Android Studio.
In this post, I will Give you the tips to solve some common problems of android smartphone.
Smartphones have entered in different business domains. Recently, Android Market exceeded 10 billion app downloads—with a growth rate of one billion app downloads per month. In my recent post, I explained basic things every Android user must know. Now it’s turn to apps. There are different type of apps, I’ve tested some apps and compiled a list which can be a part of your daily life. My objective is NOT to install so many apps, but app must be high productive.
Android is open source and fully customizable mobile platform. It offers a full stack: an operating system, middle-ware, and key mobile applications. It is estimated more than half of the smartphone market belongs to Android. I recently purchased Samsung Galaxy Ace and got a chance to use Samsung Galaxy Note also. I decided to share my experience for new Android users.